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Trumbull County releases COVID-19 case data by ZIP code

High case numbers in some ZIP codes can be linked to outbreaks in congregate settings, such as long-term care or correctional facilities.
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[EDITOR’S NOTE:  The ZIP code of Addison Healthcare Center in Masury was originally misreported. It is 44438. This story has also been updated to clarify that the 44486 ZIP code, in which no cases have been reported, is a unique ZIP code with industrial sites, but no residences.]

WARREN — Trumbull County Combined Health District on Monday released new data showing the ZIP codes where people who have tested positive for COVID-19 live.

The district is the last of the Mahoning Valley's three county health agencies to fulfill individual public records requests for ZIP code breakdowns of county COVID-19 case data, which Mahoning Matters filed late last month.

See the full map below showing Mahoning Valley COVID-19 cases by ZIP code. To view a full-size version, click the icon in the upper-right.
Click on the pins to see how many COVID-19 cases have been reported to date in each community. If you can't find your ZIP code on the map, open the full-size version and select your ZIP code from the left-side menu.

  • Blue = no cases
  • Yellow = fewer than 100 cases
  • Red = 100 or more cases

Sources: Mahoning County Public Health; Trumbull County Combined Health District; Columbiana County Health District; United States Postal Service


According to the data, which is up to date as of last week, ZIP codes in the City of Warren and the 44505 areas of Youngstown account for nearly 500 of the county's 1,242 total reported cases.

The 44483 ZIP code on Warren's north side and 44484 ZIP code on the city's east side have a respective 157 and 118 cases, the most of any other ZIP code. The 44505 ZIP code on Youngstown's East Side had 109 cases as of last week.

In some areas, an outbreak of cases in group settings such as a long-term care or correctional facilities are the reason for a high number of cases.

Inmates of Trumbull Correctional Institution in Leavittsburg account for 72 of the 91 cases in the 44430 ZIP code, according to the latest report from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

Residents of Addison Healthcare Center in Masury account for 55 of the 97 cases in the 44438 ZIP code, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

Residents of Windsor House at Liberty Health Care Center account for 51 of the 109 cases in the 44505 ZIP code.

And residents of Continuing Healthcare at the Ridge in Mineral Ridge account for 40 of the 53 cases in the 44440 ZIP code.

Nearly 100 cases have been reported each in Girard, Masury and Niles. A few municipalities, however, have not had any reported cases, including Hartford, Mesopotamia and Orangeville, as well as the 44486 portion of Warren, a unique ZIP code with industrial sites but no residences, according to map and census data.

The data released by Trumbull includes several cases for residents living in ZIP codes outside the county, but were reported by the health district and are included on the map below:

  • 1 case in New Castle, Penn. 16105 (Lawrence County)
  • 1 case in Marion, Ohio 43302 (Marion County)
  • 22 cases in Middlefield, Ohio 44062 (Geauga County)
  • 2 cases in Orwell, Ohio 44076 (Ashtabula County)
  • 1 case in Salem, Ohio 44460 (Columbiana County)

Mahoning County's COVID-19 dashboard, which is expected to be updated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, shows Boardman's 44512 ZIP code still has the most confirmed total cases in Mahoning County at 393.

Austintown's 44515 ZIP code reports 268 cases. Canfield's 44406 ZIP code reports 202 cases. ZIP codes in Youngstown account for 662 of the 2,259 cases reported Monday on the dashboard.

Health officials in Trumbull and Columbiana have told Mahoning Matters they have considered plans to update ZIP code data on a regular basis, but they haven't committed to scheduled releases.

Mahoning Matters will continue to update the regionwide map as new data becomes available.

Justin Dennis

About the Author: Justin Dennis

Justin Dennis has been on the beat since 2011, covering crime, courts and public education. Dennis grew up in Poland and Salem and studied journalism and communications at Cleveland State University and University of Pittsburgh.
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